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Aug 25, 2011 5:00am EDT
stocks fell right after steve jobs announced that he is stepping down. >> also the new pictures investigators in aruba hope will break open the case of a missing maryland woman. >>> and a beautiful morning out there. but tom says keep that umbrella handy today. >>> good morning, time for weather and traffic on the 1s. it's 5:41 early on this thursday morning. off to a mild and muggy start. partly cloudy now in the 70s throughout most of the region. 76 now at reagan national. and we do have increasing clouds ahead of a front that's triggering showers and storms. now into ohio, western -- now maryland just now beginning to come in to garrett county and northern west virginia. other storms up into pennsylvania. these are advancing to the east, and we could have some of these showers and storms later this morning off to our west. but then during the afternoon around the metro area, some of the storms could produce damaging winds and hail all the way into mid-evening. and settling down by midnight tonight. partly cloudy by then. look at the latest with irene, a look at the weekend, t
Aug 12, 2011 5:00am EDT
. >> yikes. >> he trails the leader steve stricker by 19 strokes -- 14 strokes. sorry. >> he was supposed to make a comeback, and a lot of people still think he can. i don't know. what do you think? >> stay tuned. >> all right. let's check on the forecast now. meteorologist tom kierein, who always has a good day. 5:21. weather and traffic on the ones. hi, tom. >>> a great day to hit the golf course. right now off to a partly cloudy start. you can see the lights of the city reflecting on a few of those clouds passing over us. first light of dawn just faintly trying to show up there on the far eastern horizon. you can see prince george's county there on the horizon in the foreground. the high rises of washington there along the banks of the potomac river is east potomac park. right there at hanes point, right there on the river. temperatures in the low and mid-70s. but away from the waters, it is a cool morning this morning. our weather observers are reporting temperatures down into the 50s just to our west and north. much of the shenandoah valley out of the mountains, closer to washington,
Aug 29, 2011 5:00am EDT
from steve handelsman, and there was nobody on the streets of times square. what's the feeling like today? >> reporter: it's interesting, joe, because i made the trip from the carolinas into new york and got in late last night and actually was down here, and it was very crowded, just as you would see on any night, tourists down here. a lot of locals as well. while we talked about the frustration, i think the majority of people that i talked to, especially those that live in the area were very excited about the idea they did not get the flooding expected, they did not get the wind damage expected, and things would begin to get back to normal. overall, people are breathing a huge sigh of relief this morning. jay gray reporting live from times square. thanks very much, jay. >>> wall street will be open for business today. all u.s. financial markets plan to open for a normal day of trading on this monday. parts of new york's financial district were among the areas evacuated this week. that area dealt with some flooding, but only minor damage was reported. >>> here's a look at where iren
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